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2020 Team Previews: Council Rock North Indians (1)

Written by: on Saturday, August 8th, 2020. Follow David Mika on Twitter.

 

Head Coach: John Greiner

Assistant Coaches:

Greg Mackrides

Cliff Stout

Joe King

Zack Schram

Joe Brown

Sean Hall

Peter Brill

Ken Simon

David Gray

Team Name: Council Rock North Indians

2019 Record: 2-8

Key Starters Lost:

Jack Owens – QB
Dillon Sheehy -RB/DL
Yaz Barouki – SE/LB
Tim Gibson – RB/LB
Sean Berlin – LB

Offensive Starters Returning: (6)

Luke Molden – 6’4” – 245 – OT – Sr
Connor Atkinson – 5’10” – 190 – TE – Sr
Blake Koch – 5’10” – 180 – OG -Sr
Andrew Jones – 6’1” – 235 – C – Sr
Gavin Papp – 5’11” – 175 – RB – Sophomore
Ryan Mc Caffrey – 6’1” – 160 – SE – Sr

Defensive Starters Returning: (5)

Isaac Keller – 6’3” – 235 – DT – Sr
Justin Mowmos – 6’1” – 205 – DE – Sr
Bredon Hardy – 6’0” – 180 – LB – Sr
Luke Molden – 6’4” – 245 – DE – Sr
Gavin Papp – 5’11” – 175 – Safety – Sophomore

Special Team Starters Returning: (2)

Ryan McCaffrey – 6’1” – 235 – K – Sr
Jordan Weissman – 5’8” 170 – Kick off and Kick return – Sr

Key Newcomers:

Shawn Perry – 6’2” – 160 – SE – Sr
Sean Beverley – 5’10” – 190 – LB – Sr
Sawyer Koza – 5’7” – 155 – Special Teams – Jr
Josh Moss – 5’10” – 165 – SE – Sr
Anthony Esposito – 5’10” – 165 – CB – Sr
Fred Nolte – 6’0” – 190 – OG – Jr
Ryan Pomperantz – 6’2” – 230 – OT – Sophomore

2020 Offensive Outlook: Keys to a successful season is developing a passing game to complement the run game. Try to spread the ball around to the various skilled players who will be playing behind a group of offensive linemen that were christened last year by gaining their first varsity experience.

2020 Defensive Outlook: Keys to the defense is to see how the mixture of returners mix with new players into the program work with one another. Must stay disciplined and recognize the Important opportunity that they have in front of them. Must remember to trust the players next to them instead of free lancing on the field.

2020 Special Teams Outlook: Keys to the Special Teams is finding the players who take the responsibility of playing them as a honor so we are able to rotate players freshly on offense and defense. All phases must work as one unit together.

 

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